In 2021, bespoke funding of £470,000 to help 29 hard-hit academics in Scotland, as part of their Research Reboot Grant.
A new Research Awards programme providing different funding opportunities, for all academic disciplines and for all career stages. It aims to ensure that the RSE provides for, and responds to, the needs of Scotland’s academic communities and society. Applications may be made from today.
Strengthen cooperation and learning between practitioners in Scotland and Ireland. Open to academic researchers working in partnership with the cultural and arts sectors.
Join us in welcoming the next cohort of academic entrepreneurs who have received our prestigious commercialisation award, the RSE Enterprise Fellowship.
The RSE’s Enterprise Fellowship programme, valued at around £100k per Fellow, is now accepting applications until Wednesday, 28 April 2021
Two separate funds are available as part of a drive to support disadvantaged academics and to facilitate collaboration in climate change research.
Mohamed Beshir research into a computational tool for developed countries to improve the resilience of informal settlements to fires.
Developing a baseline to understand the current situation of human rights, what can be learned from other, similar sub-states, and finally, what can and should be done in the future.
Researching the coupling of dust to stellar magnetic fields and its effects on light curves of M dwarves in an attempt to explain some strange photometry observed by Kepler.
Dr Mohamed Khamis investigated how thermal imaging can be used maliciously to infer user input on keyboards and touchscreens.
Dr Stuart Dunmore investigated motivations to learn and the use of Scottish Gaelic among diaspora communities in New England.
RSE Enterprise Fellowship evaluation The economic consultancy BiGGAR Economics reported that the RSE (Royal Society of Edinburgh) Enterprise Fellowship (EF)